Kano State COVID-19 Taskforce Technical Committee at the weekend launched a home-based care programme to tackle the spread of the pandemic among the populace across the state.
Dr Aminu Ibrahim Tsanyawa, Commissioner for Health, in an address during the groundbreaking ceremony explained that the launch was occasioned by the challenges of the second wave of the pandemic.
Tsanyawa stated that health personnel have been trained and kitted with motorcycle and medication to enabled them reach every nook and cranny to render home care health emergency services.
He therefore tasked the Health personnel to be committed in the discharge of their assignment for desired goals.
In his remark earlier, Dr. Tijjani Hussain, the State Coordinator, Covid-19 Task force committee disclosed that, the Home base care program was designed to conduct a community target sampling, and as well render emergency services to people in remote settlements.
Dr. Hussain commended the state government for it’s support to the task force committee in it’s effort towards eradicating the pandemic in the state.
He called on the people in the state to give all the necessary support and cooperation to the health personnel to achieve desired objective.